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All-Power Generator Parts

All-Power Generators require spare parts.  Parts that are most often purchased include fuel filters, spark plugs, mufflers.

Popular All-Power Generator models include: 

All-Power APG3001 Generator

All-Power APG3002S Generator

All-Power APG3004A Generator

All-Power APG3004D Generator

All-Power APG3009N Generator

All-Power APG3010 Generator

All-Power APG3012 Generator

All-Power APG3014 Generator

All-Power APG3106 Generator

All-Power APG3108 Generator

All-Power APG3201N Generator

All-Power APG3202 Generator

All-Power APG3203 Generator

All-Power APG3301C Generator

All-Power APG3302 Generator

All-Power APG3303 Generator

All-Power APG3304 Generator

All-Power APG3535CN Generator

All-Power APG3560CN Generator

All-Power APG6000 Generator

All-Power APGG10000 Generator

All-Power APGG4000 Generator

All-Power APGG7500 Generator

What are the key components of a All-Power Generator?

Engine – All-Power generator engine uses fuel to produce rotational motion to produce electricity in the genset.

Alternator – The alternator produces electricity using the mechanical energy from the engine.

Voltage Regulator – The voltage regulator allows the All-Power generator to produce a proper voltage to power electrical devices.

Starter – The All-Power generator is started using either a recoil type pull starter coupled to the flywheel or using a starter motor powered by a battery.

Battery – The All-Power generator battery is used to start the engine in generators that have a starter.

Circuit Breaker - Circuit breakers are used to ensure that the safe amount of current flows through the wiring connecting electric devices to the generator.

Hour Meter – The hour meter is device that measures the amount of time that the generator has been in use. Hour meters are important to determine when routine maintenance is needed. They are also a good tool to use in determining how much a generator has been used when it comes to evaluating used generators.

Frame – The frame is the chassis which secures the engine, gas tank and alternator together. Often, in the case of larger portable generators, a wheel kit and a handle kit are used to make the generator more portable. 

Fuel – The fuel is either stored in a tank or plumbed to the generator in the case of a natural gas or propane generator. In the case of All-Power gasoline generators, fuel is transferred from the fuel tank to the carburetor using a fuel pump.

Fuel Filter – The fuel filter of a All-Power generator is used to keep the fuel system clean. Particles in gasoline or the gasoline tank can cause problems in the small orifices of carburetors.



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